Tag Archives: John 15:9-17

Sermon: In which Avril rabbits on about love yet again, because it IS all about love

And if God is love, as our faith tells us God is, then even our smallest loving actions will contribute to filling the universe with love and so with God. Continue reading

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Sermon: What is love? (Baby, don’t hurt me)

It is, as I have said so many times that I’m sure you’re sick of it, the heart of the Christian faith. We. Are. Loved. Continue reading

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Sermon: For Asta and Matthew’s Wedding

the Church believes and has always believed that in the love between a married couple, as in any sort of love, we see God Continue reading

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Sermon: Friendship

And yet if any form of relationship can be described as particularly Christian, as the specific way that Christians live out our lives, it’s not marriage. It’s friendship. Continue reading

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